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AJE

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What are the greatest movies of each of these categories?(you can add categories if you'd like)

Action movie: The Princess Bride

Comedy: The Princess Bride

Drama: The Princess Bride

Horror: The Princess Bride

Fantasy: The Princess Bride

Sci-fi: The Princess Bride

Western: The Three Amigos

Sports movie: The Princess Bride

Pirate movie: The Princess Bride

Christmas movie: The Princess Bride
 

SnookusFish

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Have you ever heard of the Princess bride?
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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Action movie: Terminator 2: Judgement Day

Comedy: Animal House

Drama: Shawshank Redemption

Horror: Hellraiser

Fantasy: Lord of the Rings

Sci-fi: Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back

Western: In a Valley of Violence

Sports movie: The Sandlot

Pirate movie: Jaws

Christmas movie: A Christmas Story
 

faydout

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This being a fish site, I'm wondering where finding Nemo and Jaws slot in?
 
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AJE

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faydout said:
This being a fish site, I'm wondering where finding Nemo and Jaws slot in?
I guess they would slot in at adventure, drama, horror, comedy, and I bet you could squeeze other categories out of them
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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AJE said:
I guess they would slot in at adventure, drama, horror, comedy, and I bet you could squeeze other categories out of them
Jaws is totally a pirate shark.
 
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AJE

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It could also pass as a nature documentary
 

Pfrozen

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Action movie: Beverly Hills Cop

Comedy: Idiocracy

Drama: Shawshank Redemption

Horror: Dead Silence

Fantasy: Princess Bride

Sci-fi: Alien/Interstellar

Western: Django Unchained

Sports movie: No

Pirate movie: Muppets Treasure Island

Christmas movie: OG Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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Pfrozen said:
Action movie: Beverly Hills Cop

Comedy: Idiocracy

Drama: Shawshank Redemption

Horror: Dead Silence

Fantasy: Princess Bride

Sci-fi: Alien/Interstellar

Western: Django Unchained

Sports movie: No

Pirate movie: Muppets Treasure Island

Christmas movie: OG Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
While OG Rudolph is freakin' awesome, there is no "You'll shoot your eye iut, kid"
 
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AJE

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The one with the dentist elf?
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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That's the only old school one i am aware of...
 

Cowardlyslimeball

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Action movie: demolition man

Comedy: uncle Buck

Drama: Stranger

Horror: The Babadook

Fantasy: Lord of the Rings

Sports movie: Pele

Pirate movie: pirates of the caribbean

Christmas movie: the Grinch (Jim Carrey)

Musical: Les Miserables

Romance: Phantom of the Opera
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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Babadook....Doook.....DOOOOOOOKKKKKK

I do love Demolition Man. Was also my introduction to Sandra Bullock!!!!
 

Dippiedee

Member
Action movie: Joker. Also Christian Bale's Batman trilogy

Comedy: Anything with Sean Pegg and Nick Frost

Disney: The Lion King

Pixar: Onward

Horror: Ew no

Fantasy: Jurassic Park

Sci-fi: Star Wars (any)

Pirate movie: (Weirdly specific genre?) Pirates of the Caribbean

Christmas movie: EDIT: someone said The Grinch and id like to change my answer to that lol (OG Grinch not weird new age animation Grinch)

Honourable mentions for The Witcher, Game of Thrones, The Last Kingdom and The Mandolorian because they're not movies but they're worth mentioning
 

JollyOtter

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Action movie: Die Hard

Comedy: Caddyshack

Drama: Silence of the Lambs

Horror: Nightmare on Elm Street (Original)

Fantasy: The Princess Bride

Sci-fi: The Empire Strikes Back

Western: High Plains Drifter

Sports movie: Field of Dreams

Pirate movie: Captain Blood

Christmas movie: Scrooged
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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JollyOtter said:
Action movie: Die Hard

Comedy: Caddyshack

Drama: Silence of the Lambs

Horror: Nightmare on Elm Street (Original)

Fantasy: The Princess Bride

Sci-fi: The Empire Strikes Back

Western: High Plains Drifter

Sports movie: Field of Dreams

Pirate movie: Captain Blood

Christmas movie: Scrooged
Shouldn't Die Hard be under Christmas movie?

There are 2 kinds of people in this world: those who think that Die Hard is a Christmas movie. And there are those who are WRONG!!
 

Cowardlyslimeball

Member
Dippiedee said:
Action movie: Joker. Also Christian Bale's Batman trilogy

Comedy: Anything with Sean Pegg and Nick Frost

Disney: The Lion King

Pixar: Onward

Horror: Ew no

Fantasy: Jurassic Park

Sci-fi: Star Wars (any)

Pirate movie: (Weirdly specific genre?) Pirates of the Caribbean

Christmas movie: EDIT: someone said The Grinch and id like to change my answer to that lol (OG Grinch not weird new age animation Grinch)

Honourable mentions for The Witcher, Game of Thrones, The Last Kingdom and The Mandolorian because they're not movies but they're worth mentioning
ArE yOu cHaLlEnGinG mE?!
 

StarGirl

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Action movie: GO!

Comedy: GO!

Drama: GO!

Horror: GO!

Fantasy: The Princess Bride

Sci-fi: GO!

Western: GO!

Sports movie: GO!

Pirate movie: The Princess Bride

Christmas movie: A Christmas Story
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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StarGirl said:
Action movie: GO!

Comedy: GO!

Drama: GO!

Horror: GO!

Fantasy: The Princess Bride

Sci-fi: GO!

Western: GO!

Sports movie: GO!

Pirate movie: The Princess Bride

Christmas movie: A Christmas Story
I double dog dare you!!
 

StarGirl

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AggressiveAquatics

Member
AJE said:
The one with the dentist elf?
Rudolf?
StarGirl said:
Double dog dare what?
It’s from Christmas story because you put that in your list
 

Betta'sAnonymous

Member
StarGirl said:
Double dog dare what?
I was trying to figure out earlier who from the forum would be the most likely to stick their tongue to a frozen pole, though
 

StarGirl

Member
Betta'sAnonymous said:
I was trying to figure out earlier who from the forum would be the most likely to stick their tongue to a frozen pole, though
Not me if thats what u thought
 

Betta'sAnonymous

Member
StarGirl said:
Not me if thats what u thought
No, you were on the least likely list lol!!
 

SM1199

Member
Betta'sAnonymous said:
I was trying to figure out earlier who from the forum would be the most likely to stick their tongue to a frozen pole, though
Probably me. Especially considering I tested the horses' electric fence the other day by touching it and waiting until I got zapped. I got zapped. Then the barn owner told me I could have used her fence tester...
 

Betta'sAnonymous

Member
SM1199 said:
Probably me. Especially considering I tested the horses' electric fence the other day by touching it and waiting until I got zapped. I got zapped. Then the barn owner told me I could have used her fence tester...
Can't tell you here how we tested them when we were younger. It was a rite of passage lol
 

Cowardlyslimeball

Member
Betta'sAnonymous said:
I was trying to figure out earlier who from the forum would be the most likely to stick their tongue to a frozen pole, though
Me, I've done it before. I stuck my tongue on a fire hydrant when I was little. I freaked out and just ripped it off (ouch) I couldn't taste anything for a really long time.
I win the stupidity contest.
 

JollyOtter

Member
Betta'sAnonymous said:
Can't tell you here how we tested them when we were younger. It was a rite of passage lol
And similar to sticking you tongue to a frozen flag pole, you only did it once.
 

Betta'sAnonymous

Member
JollyOtter said:
And similar to sticking you tongue to a frozen flag pole, you only did it once.
....just keep thinking that....!!
 
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AJE

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Betta'sAnonymous said:
That's the only old school one i am aware of...
I didn't know if there was an older one or something
 

Kribensis27

Member
I once stuck my tongue on a frozen flag pole. It was in 5th grade. My math teacher dared me to. It didn’t get stuck. I was super disappointed.
 
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AJE

Member
Kribensis27 said:
I once stuck my tongue on a frozen flag pole. It was in 5th grade. My math teacher dared me to. It didn’t get stuck. I was super disappointed.
You’re teacher dared you? Lol
 

AcornTheBetta

Member
Action movie: Black Panther

Comedy: My Cousin Vinny

Drama: Avengers: Endgame

Horror: N/A

Fantasy: Jumangi

Sci-fi: All Star Wars

Western: N/A

Sports movie: Remeber the Titans

Pirate movie: N/A

Christmas movie: Arthur Christmas
 

SnookusFish

Member
I cant answer them all because there are too many movies but my favourite western is for a few dollars more.
Would the goonies count as a pirate movie?
 

Betta'sAnonymous

Member
SnookusFish said:
I cant answer them all because there are too many movies but my favourite western is for a few dollars more.
Would the goonies count as a pirate movie?
Sure works for me!
 

Kribensis27

Member
AJE said:
You’re teacher dared you? Lol
Yeah, he was a fun teacher.
 

Betta'sAnonymous

Member
Action movie: The Expendablea trilogy

Comedy: Clerks 2

Drama: Cruel Intentions

Horror: Friday the 13th series

Fantasy: Labyrinth

Sci-fi: Robocop(original)

Western: The Hateful 8

Sports movie: Bloodsport

Pirate Movie: Swiss Family Robinson

Christmas movie: Die Hard
 

Pfrozen

Member
AJE said:
The one with the dentist elf?
Sorry I missed this, yes that one!!
 

lullabyroars

Member
Action movie: Robin Hood (Alan Rickman one)

Comedy: Raising Arizona

Drama: The Merchant of Venice (2004)

Horror: Dracula (Bram Stoker/Bela Lugosi)

Fantasy: Sucker Punch

Sci-fi: The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Western: Rango (lol i know but i love it)

Christmas movie: The Polar Express

Music Related: Inside Llewyn Davis

Kids Film?; The Gruffalo (its maybe not a film sitting at 20 mins but even tho im an adult...i love it so so so much :3 I watch a huge amount of kids films but this one is special)

Gotta agree with adding Phantom of the Opera in Romance ohhhh my gosh I love that film

Betta'sAnonymous said:
Action movie: The Expendablea trilogy

Comedy: Clerks 2

Drama: Cruel Intentions

Horror: Friday the 13th series

Fantasy: Labyrinth

Sci-fi: Robocop(original)

Western: The Hateful 8

Sports movie: Bloodsport

Pirate Movie: Swiss Family Robinson

Christmas movie: Die Hard
Man, Labyrinth is incredible...not saying that things kinda fell apart after David left us...but they kinda did
 

SouthAmericanCichlids

Member
Action movie: Far from home: Spiderman

Comedy: The Princess Bride

Drama: ?

Horror: The Live action grinch

Fantasy: Lord of the rings

Sci-fi: Gardians of the galaxy

Western: no

Sports movie: noooo

Pirate movie: Nooooooo

Christmas movie: Elf

Musical: Hamilton or Newsies (Which both happen to be historical musicals)
 

Pfrozen

Member
lullabyroars said:
Action movie: Robin Hood (Alan Rickman one)

Comedy: Raising Arizona

Drama: The Merchant of Venice (2004)

Horror: Dracula (Bram Stoker/Bela Lugosi)

Fantasy: Sucker Punch

Sci-fi: The Hitch-Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy

Western: Rango (lol i know but i love it)

Christmas movie: The Polar Express

Music Related: Inside Llewyn Davis

Kids Film?; The Gruffalo (its maybe not a film sitting at 20 mins but even tho im an adult...i love it so so so much :3 I watch a huge amount of kids films but this one is special)

Gotta agree with adding Phantom of the Opera in Romance ohhhh my gosh I love that film



Man, Labyrinth is incredible...not saying that things kinda fell apart after David left us...but they kinda did
Oh my god. My son loves The Guffalo books and I had no idea there were movies based on each book!! he's going to be a very happy boy, thank you
 

lullabyroars

Member
Pfrozen said:
Oh my god. My son loves The Guffalo books and I had no idea there were movies based on each book!! he's going to be a very happy boy, thank you
Yeah, there's quite a few too! They've got the gruffalos child, snail and the whale, the highway rat, room on the broom etc they're all great wee shorts! The gruffalo one is absolutely gorgeous, incredible animation honestly! I hope he gets to see it!
 

Kribensis27

Member
lullabyroars said:
Yeah, there's quite a few too! They've got the gruffalos child, snail and the whale, the highway rat, room on the broom etc they're all great wee shorts! The gruffalo one is absolutely gorgeous, incredible animation honestly! I hope he gets to see it!
My younger sister loves the gruffalo “movies” as she calls them . She’s not even very young (she’s ten), but she’s loved them for a long time.
 

lullabyroars

Member
Kribensis27 said:
My younger sister loves the gruffalo “movies” as she calls them . She’s not even very young (she’s ten), but she’s loved them for a long time.
That's so sweet! There's just something about them that's so calming. They're great for my anxiety XD
 

Kribensis27

Member
lullabyroars said:
That's so sweet! There's just something about them that's so calming. They're great for my anxiety XD
They’re just so... nice.
 

Dippiedee

Member
Film you were irrationally afraid of as a child: The Borrowers

I had nightmares for weeks about either having small people living in the floor OR being a small person living in the floor with a giant guy constantly trying to step on me
 

Madval

Member
Dare I toss out Sharknado?
 

ghostdawg

Member
Action movie: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Comedy: Coming to America

Drama: Mr. Brooks

Horror: Horror of Dracula with Christopher Lee & Peter Cushing (1958)

Fantasy: The Green Mile

Sci-fi: The Brother from Another Planet

Western: Unforgiven

Sports movie: He Got Game

Pirate Movie: The Crimson Pirate with Burt Lancaster
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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blennylover2323

Member
omg everyones recommendations are so good!!

Action movie: kick ass

Comedy: what we do in the shadows

Drama: fight club

Horror: midsommar

Fantasy: labyrinth. - best film of all time

Sci-fi: I Am Mother

Western: dead man

Sports movie: no

Pirate movie: pirates of the caribbean 1

children's movie :Coraline

romance movie : perks of being a wallflower
 

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